If food, sanitation, and health care are unavailable because of a lack of good government, what makes you think Internet access would be any different?
Reality. There is plenty of data available. Food aid is negatively correlated with future hunger and poor economic growth. It depresses local food prices, discourages investment in agriculture, and strengthens the authority of centralized and corrupt governments. Internet and cellphone access is strongly correlated with economic progress and government reform.
Even health care aid often does less good that many realize. Vaccinations are very cost effective. Other health care aid, not so much. When charities build health clinics, the clinics need electricity and clean water. So wells are dug, and generators installed. The clean water and electricity is usually made available to the community as well. But on occasion the charities run out of money after installing the well and electricity. These communities experience almost the same improvement as communities with clinics. So it is not the (expensive) clinics that provide the bulk of the benefit, but the (relatively cheaper) infrastructure that they bring along with them.